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Numbers in Chinese

Numericals A table of numbers in Chinese: 1 一 yī 11 十一 1000 千 qiān 2 二 èr 12 十二 3000 三千 3 三 sān 13 十三 5207 五千二百零七 4 四 sì 20 二十 8003…


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Don’t mix up! Similar characters

While studying Chinese you may encounter some characters that look similar. This table will help you to see the difference clearly, and to learn them once and for always. 夫 fū a man 天 tiān…



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Most popular suffixes in Chinese

Some nouns in Chinese are formed with suffixes. The most popular suffixes are: 1) 子 for example, 桌子 儿子 Objects are usually formed with this suffix. Also it serves to turn one-parted word to a…


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Use of «de» particles: 的, 得,地

Using of 的 particle: This particle is used to: 1) indicate possessive pronouns. For example, 我的房子。 My house. 2) indicate two-parted adjectives with nouns. For example, 黑色的裙子, a black skirt 年轻的姑娘。 a young girl. This…


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Exercise to translate Numbers to Chinese

This exercise helps you to train your attainment in translation of numbers in and to Chinese, since it’s known that Chinese numbers can be tricky. Translate the following numbers and phrases into Chinese. Check your…


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Character Stroke Order

All the characters in Chinese are the combination of some strokes. The Strokes in use are located in the table below: The main strokes of Chinese characters Horizontal    Chinese name of this stroke: 横 héng…





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